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Friday, January 11, 1907
DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT "
In Every Depart
ment of Banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GLOBE
Is prepared to serve
you in a satisfactory
Globe Real Estate Office
F. L. TOOMBS, Manager
We buy large arena and subdivide uamo into good size residence lota. Note the advantage to
our customers. First cost of lota is leas than half what it would bo if wo were to buy a few
lots at n time. Again, we survoy the entire tract nt once. Then, if there are any defects in
titles, tho work necessary to perfect title to one lot will cover one hundred lots.
That is the reason we sell choice lots properly surveyed with clear titles at 50 to 70
per cent of prices currently paid for the same class of ground
We also furnish abstracts; you are never safe without an abstract. With a complote tran
script of the county records we are able to furnish our customers with complete, information
regarding any property in the county.
See us before buying
Globe Real Estate Office
The W. W. Brookner Co.
The Big Store
Fine Club Room
1891 Carlisle Whisky
Celebrated St. Elmo Cigar
Moving pictures shown every night at
8 o'clock and many other attractive
features on the evening's program.
SYDNOR & STERNS
Rooms 7 and 8. P. O. Bldg. Phone 1241
Feed, Hay and Grain Stable
New Livery Rigs for Hire. We make a specialty
of buying and selling horses and vehicles
of every kind
Successor to E. F. Kellner Lumber Co.
Lumber of Every Description
Doors, Windows, Lath, Shingles,
to Serve You
Wm. Whalley, Prop.
WHITIC HOUSE HOTEL
GIACOMINO & CO.
Large airy rooms, fine table service and
firit class cafe.
Rates reasonable North Globe
H. D. HOEYE & SON
Five Chairs Four Baths
Electric Face Massage
No Tiresome Waiting
Ever' Modern Equipment.
Formerly Los Angeles Restaurant
E. T. GREEN
I am prepared to do your work and
will he pleased to give estimates
at any time.
Pioneer Dairy P.O. BOX 976
Fresh Jool Anheuser always on
We carry none but the finest brands
of Whiskies, including
When passing by droo in. We
will treat you right.
SWITCH, NORTH GLOBE
An Eastman Kodak is one of
the most popular presents
at any time. We carry
a full line of Cameras and
Supplies. Come in and look
them over even if you don't
Want to buy now. :: :: :: ::
Hanna's Drug Store
I. N. KINSEY, Incorporated
Dealers in listed and unlisted securities
Quotations from New York, Boston and Duluth by quick wire service
Listed stocks carried on substantial margins
Office in Lobby of Dominion Hotel Phone 1221
Try One of Our Gas Stoves
Or One of Our Gas Heaters
GLOBE ELECTRIC LIGHT & GAS COMPANY
RAINY DAYS ON DE OLE PLANTATION
When lo rainy days o ' springtime
Fotch do wot a pouriu' down,
De chickens in de cow lot
Don't strut an' scratch nr' roun':
Do coon dog's mighty shif Mess,
.lust like ho didn't keer
'Bout catchin' coons an' possums
At do 'ginin' of de year.
'Tis den I wanter take my gun
From do peg up on de wall.
An' go to shootin' at de clouds
which lot do raindrops fall;
For dey stop do dogs from huntin'
An' de sun don't wanter shine
On my little patch er now groun'
An' dis cabin home er mine.
Fer de rain it sots ter growin
Do weeds out in do flel'
Wlmr do jimsou an' de crap grass
Grows u mighty healthy yiql';
All de wood am wet an' soggy,
An' do tire won't burn at all.
Lak it does when possum's ripen
At de 'ginin ' o' do fall.
But it 'pears ter mo dat cussin'
Won't clean my melon groun',
An' thinkin' 'bout deno gloomy days
Won't Jif ' dis ugly frown
Dat's growin' wid do rain drops
As dey fall down from de sky
Whar good ole Mussa Gabriel
Am a lookin' from on high.
knows dat he's a weepin'
At dis shiftless nigger's time
Bein' spent iu loafin' pinin'
At do rain u fnlliu' fine.
For dis rain am only wushin'
De wuk'I am ter do
An' do clouds dey aiu a hidin'
De lights up in de blue.
Wlmr ole. Massa am a scourin'
On dat sun to make 'im shine
Lak a big fat yaller punkin
In de iKissuiu ketchin' time.
So what's do use o' whiiiin'
At de wuks up in de skies;
It ain't no use in putt in' in
More trouble in dese eyes.
It ain't no uso in cussin'
At de rain a Tallin' down
On do pus 'ley au' de dogweed
An' my little patch er ground'.
J. W. HOG UK.
MARK TWAIN'S TWIN
Humorist Docs tho Siamese Act at a
New Year's Party
The last thing Mark Twain did in
1006 was to got drunk and deliver a
lecture on temperance, and the first
thing ho did in 1907 was to glory in the
fact that he would bo able to rejoice
over other dead people when ho died
iu having been tho first man 1o have
tclharmonium music turned on hi his
house "like gas."
Of course, Mark Twain did not really
get drunk any mprc than ho delivered a
real lecture on temperance. He imitated
a drunken man and a tempcrnaco lec
turer at one and the sumo time, and
took all the glory for the lecturo to
himself while ho blamed his Siamese
brother for the jag.
Those who have never heard that Mr.
Clemens has a Siamese brother, must be
told that he had such a relative for one
night only, and the occasion was a
party given to a few friends in honor
of Miss Clemens nt the author's home.
Tho score or so of guests who had
passed the evening playing clmradcs and
oher fames were surprised to sco Mr.
Clemens enter tho drawing room on to
the little stage at 11:30, dressed in the
white suit he wore recently on Pennsyl
vania avenue, Washington,
With him, in a similar suit of white,
came a young gentleman whom the au
thor introduced to the company as his
Siamese brother. Tho two had their
arms about each other, and their suits
were fastened together with a pink rib
bon supposed to represent a ligature.
Twain was rather short and broad and
his hair was snow white. His brother
was very tall and very slight and had
black hair. It was easy to .see that they
were brothers. Mark remarked on tho
close resemblance almost as soon as he
came into tho room.
"Wo come from afar," said Mark.
"Wo come from ycry far; very far, in
deed as far as ....cw Jersey. Wo are
the Siamese twins, but wo have been in
this country long enough to know some
thing of your customs, and wo have
learned -as much of your language as it
is written and spoke as well as tho
"We arc so much to each other, my
brother and I, that Avhat I eat nourishes
him, and what ho drinks nhetn! nour
ishes me. I often eat when I don't real
ly want to becauso he is hungry, and,
of course, I need hardly tell you that
ho often drinks when I am not thirsty.
"I am very sorry to say that he is
a confirmed consumer of liquor liquor,
that awful, awful curse while T, from
principle, and aho from tho fact that
1 don't like tho taste, never touch a
Mark then went on to say that ho )iad
been asked to take up the temporanco
cause and had done so with great suc
cess, taking his brother along as a hor
"It has often been a source of con
siderable annoyaneo to me, when going
about tho country lecturing on temper
nnco, to find myself at tho head of a
procession of white ribboned people- -t
drunk I couldn't seo," ho said. "But
T am thankful to say that my brotnnr
At this point the Siamoso brother stir
roptitiously took a drink out of a flask.
"Ho hasn't touched a drop in three
"Thank God for that."
"And if, by exhibiting my brother to
you I can save any of you people hero
from tho horriblo curso of tho demon
rum," Mark fairly howled, "I shal1 be
Just then, apparently, somo of the
rum, or tho influence of it, got through
tho pink ribbon. Mark hiccoughed sev
"Zish is wonderful reform "
"Won'rful 'form wo nro 'gnged in."
"Glorious worli wo doin' glorious-work-glori-o-u-s
work. Best work over
done, my brothor and work of reform,
reform work, glorious work. I don't
feel jus' right."
Tho company by this timo was hvs-
terical with laughter. New York
A KIPLINO FOR OUR NAVY
President Induces James B. Connolly to
Enlist as Yeoman
James B. Connolly, the well known
author of sea stories and notably of
stories of Gloucester fishermen, left for
Washington yesterday to join tho Unit
ed States navy as a yeoman and will bo
employed as a clerk. He will enlist for
two years and will be drafted for duty
on Wednesday to the battleship Ala
bama, which is going on a cruise for
He has taken this stop at tho Sug
gestion of President Roosevelt. The
president's great desire is 'to have an
American writer do for our navy what
Rudyard Kipling Jias done for tho army
of Great Britain. The idea originated
some time ago in tho course of a con
versation botweon tho president and
Mr. Connolly, Last August, while the
author was a guest of the president at
Oyster bay, the plans were coinplotod.
Mr. Roosevelt wanted tho writer to
start on a cruise in September, but Mr.
Connolly had considerable work that ho
wished to finish, so the date of his en
listment wns postponed. It was in Oc
tober, 1902, that Mr. Connolly first
heard directly from President Roosovelt,
when he received a very complimentary
letter commending him for his original
ity of style and his good senso in tho
selection of working material. Shortly
afterward Mr. Connolly met tho presi
dent, and has frequently been his guest
in Washington and Oyster bay.
.Unusual privileges will be accorded
Mr. Connolly during his torm of ser
vice. His mission, of courso, will bo
known to the admiral and commanders
of tho fleet, and the officers in general,
and in a way ho will have considerable
freedom. Ho will also havo a private
The Alabama's first stop 'will be at
Guantannmo. Then the ship will pro
ceed to tho Caribbean sea. During his
two years' service it is intended that ho
shall visit many parts of the globe and
shall be with various squadrons, and it
is likely that one of his voyages will be
in tho Philippines.
Mr. Connolly acted as the correspond
ent of tho New York Times in tho yacht
race across tho Atlantic last May for
tho Kaiser's cup, which was won by
tho Atlantic. Connolly wns a guest on
tho smallest boat in the contest, the
Fleur de Lys, and his cnble account
of its thrilling voyge was eagerly read.
The best known of his sea talcs are
"Out of Gloucester," "The Soiners,"
and "Tho Deep Sea's Toil." Boston
dispatch to the New York Times.
Knew Who Beocher Was
One summer's day, a number of years
ago, when Henry Ward Beecher was
passing a part of his vacation at Litch
field Springs, Conn., ho pussed a young
lad who looked at tho great preacher
so determinedly that Mr. Beecher made
up his mind to speak to him. He was
always very fond of children and usu
ally made friends with them.
"What is your uamof" asked Mr.
"Johnny Brown," modestly answered
"Well, Johnny, do you know met"
"Know you? Sure I know you."
"Well, who am If"
"Shucks," said the boy, ns lie hur
ried olf to school, "everybody knows
you're the husband of tho lady what
wrote 'Uncle Tom's Cabin.' " Boston
No. 1 Rye at MoDonougu's.
To Whom It May Concern'
Notice is hereby given that Certifi
cate No. 6 indorsing tho issuo of ono
hundred thousand shares of tho cap
ital stock of the Iron Horse Mining &'
Milling company, a corporation organ
ized under tho laws of Arizona, to one
P. A. Woodward, has this day been can
celed on account of total failure of con
sideration. December 2G, 1900.
G. W. AVOY, Secrotary.
IN THE PROBATE COURT
Of tho County of Gila, Territory of Ari
zona. In tho Matter of tho Estato of Gcorgo
W. Wagner. Deceased.
Notice by Clerk of Day Fixed for Hear
ing Return of Sale of Real Estate.
Pursuant to an order of the Probate
Court, made on tho seventeenth day of
Docember, 1900, notice is hereby given
that L. C. Wagner, administrator of tho
estato of said deceased, made to the
said court and filed in tho office of tho
clerk thereof on said day, a
return of sale made by L.
C. Wngnor, administrator, on tho 17th
day of December, 1906, under a previous
order of said cour of tho following
real estate, and for tho following named
sum, to wit: An undivided one-half in
orest in and to throe mining claims
known as tho Columbus, Portland and
Copporopolis; consideration, thirty
seven and 50-100 ($37.50) dollars, as
will more fully appear from said roturn
filed as aforesaid, and to which refer
ence is horoby made for further partic
ulars. And notico is hereby further given
that Wednesday, the 2nd day of Janu
ary, 1907, at 10 o'clock A. M., at tho
courtroom of said court, at the court
house in Gila county, Arizona, has been
fixod for hearing tho said roturn, when
and where any porson interested in tho
said estate may appear and file written
objections to the confirmation of tho
said salo, and may be heard and may
produce witnesses in support o'f Buch, ob
jection. Dated December 18th, 1900.
P. C. ROBERTSON, Clerk.
By H. Q. Robertson, Deputy Clerk.
Finest of service and all
the delicacies of season
SPECIALTY OF SHORT
Hop, yet & co., broad st.
Next to McDonnough's
Anderson & Blake
Fresh Cream and Bu ter
milk in any quantity and
always on hand
DAIRY, EAST GLOBE
Marri'jdl He. easily won the girl he
wanted after he had Van Wagoncn
paint and paper his house. Come in
and see somo of our late dosigns. You
may be lucky. Next door to postoQlco.
I O I
CHAIRS! CHAIRS! CHAIRS!
Just received from the factory a car
of 3,000 chairs of all kinds and latest
patterns; dining room and kitchen
chairs, revolving oflico and counter
chairs and stools; rockers in variety;
kitchen chairs, 90 cents aud upward.
A close price for cash on my general
lino of house furnishing goods. J. P.
McNeil, opposite Miners' Union hall,
We will sell our entire Roosevelt
business, including stock, building, fix
tures and water works. Inquire either
at Sultan Brothers at Globo, Ariz., or
Sultan, Nowman & Co., Roosevelt, Ariz,
SULTAN, NEWMAN & CO.
Thia week cost salo of silks, satins,
embroidery laces and ribbons, corsets
and bustles at E. 1 Kellner & Co.
We have sauer kraut aud sweet pic
kles that will pleaso all the family.
Globe Market; Murphy's.
Dorchester Bourbon, fino goods, aged
and just the thing for what n'ls you.
Parties wanting brick can have their
wants promptly supplied by leaving
their orders at the office of
GIBSON & HENDERSON,
Mines and Stock Exchange, Globe, Ariz.
Is ono of Globe's oldest and best
known cafes; everything first-class in
hir line. Call and be convinced.
Ladies, you can get good red, ripe
and juicy apples and cranberries at
Murphy's, tho Globo Market. Order
whilo they aro fresh.
Good watchos and reliable repairing
at Kubottom's, north of bridge.
Jh-vp feed cores..
JUR VERY BEST HOT BI&ST
la the ttrosgeit and bcit fact blait stove made. It it a
really wobdetful h.-ti-r (will lold (Ire )o houn with
lalfa pail ct .oft cull). II wl.I burs AfiY1MIG no
toil ii loo cheap or poor fur It.
Hill the heating power of coal foci up the chimney
u gat, when ordiua f
hcatcrt ate uied. la
tbe O. V B. Hut
Blait, thli at it ex
ldizcd and burned to
that lot coal It
uted and rn o 1 e
Thli It accom
pli hed by
meant of the
D r a ft wh-.ch
taket in freih
air at the top of
the More, beau
it to more ftin
6oo dc(tect and
torcet t over
the upper tur
face of the
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tained i n
bum ls L.,i
CMl than a bale barrier, to beat tbe tame room. It
(ire off a uniform beat and it abtolutcly air tifht.
Doa't worry about tbe price of hard coal. Thlt Hot
Blait tolrei the problem. Look it over and tee for rout,
elf. It It made bcttWMte! heavier laercrr war thin
My other tlmllar ttore told. Sec it before you buy.
7116 Hot Blast Stove
will pay for itself in one sea
son by saving fuel ,
Jut Arrived Two carloadsof"
Cooking Stoves and Steel Ranges.
Largest assortment of
STOVES in Globe
J. P. McNeil
Opposite Miner's Union Hall
Meals at Regular
Strictly Home Cooking .
Special attention given to
W. B. Brackien, Prop.
I The Globe Hardware Co. I
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TWO CARLOADS OF
The best line of Stoves
ever brought to Globe
At the lowest prices
tit will be money in
your pocket to see our
store and compare our
Call and examine this
stock before you buy
elsewhere. Prompt at
tention to all
The Globe Hardware Co.
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